Question about Juicers
I am assuming your juicer is the same as mine. The JC-6 White with "Vitamin Bar" and a carrot on the front.
There is most likely a tool that you insert in the back slot, but since I don't know of one, I had to get creative.
First unplug the juicer and undo the side locks, remove the clear cap. Look in the back, there is a 2-inch wide slot where you can see the motor and locking mechanism.
Take a butter knife and hold the mechanism in place. Use your other hand or have a partner spin the mesh/bladed bowl counter-clockwise.
With just some effort and a small "pop" noise, the piece should be free.
I searched forever for a solution, I hope someone with a similar plight finds this helpful.
Posted on Aug 07, 2011
the blade can be removed possibly with your hands, if you can manage to turn it, if not then find something that will fit into those little holes of the blade to turn it, and then take it apart, but remember in what order. to put it together: the grey thing with the spout attached goes on first, then the orange basket, then the blade, but don't turn it too tight, just look for the indicator marks and line them up with the arrows, then the black lid, and then the pulp basket.make sure that the black lid in the back, goes INTO the pulp collector, it is not very far, but if it is not done like this, then your machine will not work. then you raise and lock the bar into place and put the pusher into the feeding tube. hope that helps.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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